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Fen Tiger Storytime
Wednesday 22nd August
10-11am and 11.30 - 12.30
Age: 5-9yrs
Free, booking essential

Do you think you can see through the Fen Tiger’s tall tales? Come and find out about some fossil myths and legends, and make up some of your own. Interactive storytelling with storyteller Marion Leeper.

Children must be accompanied by an adult

Eventbrite - The Fen Tiger


UCM summer at the museums banner Summer  at the Museums
25th July - 3rd September

This summer, pack more into your holidays and join museums and venues in Cambridge and beyond for family activities, events and trails.

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   Open Cambridge - tea and tours
Friday 14th September 10am - 12
Join us for a behind the scenes tour at the Brighton Building. Meet the Sedgwick Museum team, learn about the important work carried out at our Conservation Laboratory. See some archive treasures and find out how we decipher the hidden histories of rocks. Refreshments will be available during the morning.

Please note this event is not in the Museum but in the Brighton Building, Madingly Rise off Madingly Road.

Eventbrite - Tea and Tours


   

Monday to Friday
10:00 to 13:00 & 14:00 to 17:00

Saturday
10:00 to 16:00 

Sunday
Closed

 


Historic fossils from Agostino Scilla’s collection within the Sedgwick Museum’s Woodwardian cabinets are currently on display in the Royal Society’s summer exhibition in London. Called ‘Science made Visible: Drawings, Prints, Objects’, the exhibit explores the questions of how and when science become visual; how drawings, diagrams and charts came to be used alongside words and objects; who made them and what made them scientific?




All the Museum and Department were very sad to hear of the death of former staff member Rod Long. Rod, Uncle Rod as he was affectionately known, was to many people the face of the Museum. Dave Norman, our long time Director, has kindly written his recollections of a man who, put simply, we all loved him for his friendly, helpful and kind nature.
Liz Harper